HAT #1: NFL Superfan Hat Recipe for my boss Tyler…
HAT #2: Hannah ponytail hat for Miss Ladybug…
HAT #3: Super Basic Hat for Mr. Doodlebug (his will get a fun applique too…)
HAT #4: 21 Color Slouch for me!…
No I’m not weaving in all those ends. (You wouldn’t know unless I showed you.)
CAT favorite spot #1: On his condo, in the window, watching the world go by….
CAT favorite spot #2: On my lap while I’m working…
CAT favorite spot #3: On the couch, on a blanket, between Paul and me…
CAT favorite spot #4: On the chair in our room (but not at night because he turns into an awake ninja at night)…
Happy Holidays! See you in the new year!
love. Love. LOVE my Glitz at the Ritz shawl!
All my mess-ups and tear-outs were totally worth the final product:
Even the really, really, really long beaded picot bind-off that took 80 hours. Not really 80 hours. It took three quarters of a Lifetime Christmas movie.
Made with Periwinkle Sheep Watercolors sock yarn. 75% merino wool, 25% nylon. 460 yards/100 grams.
And also, I finished a Loved knitted crown:
Now I have two, ready to give at Christmas.
And finished my Sweet Tomato Heel socks:
And worked on and sent off my next Travelling Socks:
One more set to go, then I’ll get mine!
And started and finished a Super Basic Hat to donate to The Spinning Room’s tree for the Festival of Trees in town:
Super basic and super quick to knit. It was hard on my hands, though, and I found out later it was because I was using a smaller needle than the pattern called for. Duh. But, it resulted in a very dense and therefore very warm hat! After the festival is over, the hats and mittens will be donated to a local shelter. Bonus!
Lots of finishing. Now on to lots of starting,,,,